Pride & Prejudice – Four Part Audio Adaptation

For months I’ve been working on this mammoth project – from making a rash decision to adapt the novel for audio, to finding myself directing, producing and editing a four hour, four episide production with a cast of 19, it’s been a year in the making. And it finally went live on Thu 16 December…

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Photography: Bette & Joan

I was absolutely delighted to be asked to shoot the artwork photography for White Cobra’s upcoming tour of Anton Burge’s Bette & Joan a little earlier this year. The play, based on the true story of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford’s feud on the set of film Whatever Happened To Baby Jane? features Victoria Miles…

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A Novel New Project – an Update

Last time, I talked a little covertly about my ongoing project – it was still very much in superdraft phase, filled with errors and miles too long, and I didn’t honestly see it going anywhere. Now it seems, it has LIFE. I left you last time with the knowledge that I was in talks for…

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Intermission Interviews | John Myhill

This week, we’re talking to Actor and Director John Myhill Tell us a bit about what you do in theatre I’m involved with a few groups in different capacities – my original group was Duston Players and for them I’m Treasurer as well as acting, writing and directing, though not at the same time. I…

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Intermission Interviews | Fraser Haines

To kick off these Intermission Interviews, we’re proudly talking to Actor and Director Fraser Haines Fraser in rehearsal for White Cobra’s Twelfth Night 2019Photo: Becki Cockcroft Tell us a bit about what you do in theatre I’m an actor primarily, also sometime set builder and occasional director What first inspired you to get involved in…

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